|Danger on the Air|
The sponsor of a radio program is murdered at the station during a broadcast.
Keywords: Donald Woods; Lee J. Cobb; Nan Grey; murder; mystery; radio
Downloads: 10,707 (8 reviews)
|Johnny O' Clock (1947) - http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0039515/|
High-class gambler gets in trouble with the law. Director: Robert Rossen Writers: Robert Rossen (screen play), Milton Holmes (original story) Stars: Dick Powell, Evelyn Keyes and Lee J. Cobb http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0039515/
Keywords: Dick Powell; Evelyn Keyes; Lee J. Cobb; Film Noir; Crime; Public Domain
|The man who cheated himself - Jack M. Warner|
Shot on location in San Francisco and starring Lee J. Cobb, John Dall and Jane Wyatt, The man who cheated himself tells the story of a policeman who pushes the boundaries of the law by covering up a crime committed by his lover. He then finds himself assigned to investigate that very same crime, along with a new rookie partner who is determined to track down the culprit. The film is also available elsewhere on the archive, as a 2.2GB MPEG2 or on a 7.3GB ISO DVD image...
Keywords: drama; film noir; Lee J. Cobb; Jane Wyatt; John Dall; Felix E. Feist; San Francisco
Downloads: 16,963 (2 reviews)
|Man in the Gray Flannel Suit, The - theatrical trailer - Daryl F. Zanuck|
Based on the 1955 novel of the same name, the Man in the gray flannel suit tells the story of a World War II veteran still suject to flashbacks from his deployments and who makes a career switch from a nonprofit foundation to a television broadcasting corporation to placate his ambitious wife. He must then learn to navigate the trickier office politics at his new employer while also fighting various personal problems...
Keywords: drama; Gregory Peck; Jennifer Jones; Fredric March; Marisa Pavan; Lee J. Cobb; Ann Harding; Keenan Wynn; Gene Lockhart
|Movies For the Blind 140 - The Man Who Cheated Himself, part 2|
Ed (Lee J. Cobb) finds someone to easily frame for the murder, but Andy's (John Dall) detective skills put the brothers on a collision course. Part 2 of 2. moviesfortheblind.com
Keywords: podcast; description; blind; vision-impaired; drama; crime; noir; lee j. cobb; jane wyatt; john dall; san francisco; fort point
|Movies For the Blind 139 - The Man Who Cheated Himself, part 1|
A police detective (Lee J. Cobb) covers things up when his lover (Jane Wyatt) kills her husband, but is then assigned to the case with his new partner: his own little brother (John Dall). 1950. Part 1 of 2. moviesfortheblind.com
Keywords: podcast; description; blind; vision-impaired; drama; crime; noir; lee j. cobb; jane wyatt; john dall; san francisco
|MOV098: “May the odds be ever in your favor” - COL Media|
On this reel of COL Movies, the boys start off heading back to 1954 and go looking for trouble... On the Waterfront. Do the boys feel that the movie and Brando’s performance live up to expectations? Next it’s a jump to a very dystopian future in “The Hunger Games” Does the screen adaptation of the first novel in this very popular trilogy stand up to the twilight and battle royal comparisons? Finally the boys take a look at the not so distant future release of “The Rift” is there any ...
Keywords: On The Waterfront; Elia Kazan; Marlon Brando; Karl Malden; Lee J. Cobb; The Hunger Games; Gary Ross; Jennifer Lawrence; Josh Hutcherson; Liam Hemsworth; The Rift; Robert Kouba; Eileen Grubba; James DiStefano; Ralph Guzzo
|12 Angry Men - theatrical trailer - Henry Fonda, Reginald Rose|
Sidney Lumet's first effort as a film director, 12 Angry Men is an adaptation of the 1954 Studio One television series episode of the same name and covers the deliberations of a jury at the trial of a young man from the slums for premeditated murder. The film begins with the presiding judge giving instructions to the jurors, reminding them that the verdict must be unanimous, that the sentence in case of a guilt will be capital punishment, and that they must be absolutely certain of the defendant...
Keywords: drama; courtroom; jury trial; prejudice; Sidney Lumet; Martin Balsam; John Fielder; Lee J. Cobb; E. G. Marshall; Jack Klugman; Edward Binns; Jack Warden; Henry Fonda; Joseph Sweeney; Ed Begley; George Voskovec; Robert Webber
Downloads: 2,313 (1 review)